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(New page: ==setValue== Lua Syntax: <pre>setValue(field, value, {flags=1, index = int})</pre> ===Arguments=== ====field==== :'''int''' - Data field which will be set. ====value==== :'''VARIANT...)
 
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Lua Syntax:
 
Lua Syntax:
 
<pre>setValue(field, value, {flags=1,  
 
<pre>setValue(field, value, {flags=1,  
     index = int})</pre>
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     index = int,
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    flush = true|false})</pre>
 
===Arguments===
 
===Arguments===
 
====field====
 
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:If specified then an existing list element at the given index will modified. In this case the field type must be of a list-type (t_vint, t_links, ...).
 
:If specified then an existing list element at the given index will modified. In this case the field type must be of a list-type (t_vint, t_links, ...).
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====fl/flush====
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:If true then the pending notifications will be flushed immediately. By default notifications of commands inside a command group will be sent after the group is closed.
 
===Return Values===
 
===Return Values===
 
None.
 
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Latest revision as of 12:57, 16 August 2009

setValue

Lua Syntax:

setValue(field, value, {flags=1, 
    index = int, 
    flush = true|false})

Arguments

field

int - Data field which will be set.

value

VARIANT - Value to set. The type of the value must match the type of the field. E.g. if the field type is t_int then the value type must also be t_int.

Flags

i/index

If specified then an existing list element at the given index will modified. In this case the field type must be of a list-type (t_vint, t_links, ...).

fl/flush

If true then the pending notifications will be flushed immediately. By default notifications of commands inside a command group will be sent after the group is closed.

Return Values

None.